NBA Free Agency 2011: Best and Worst Case Scenarios for All NBA Teams

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NBA Free Agency 2011: Best and Worst Case Scenarios for All NBA Teams
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The 2011 summer offseason surely won't be as dynamic as last year's, but it could feature a few teams turning their franchise around with a few key moves.

Teams like the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls already got their franchises in order after pulling off signings and trades, and even though they could still use some more help, this offseason is the summer of the underdog.

With a plethora of teams turning their franchises around last offseason, this could be a summer where the cellar dwellers of the league could sign or trade for quality role players across the league.

Not until next year will we see big name free agents in Chris Paul and Dwight Howard go up on the market, so consider this the year for teams to begin wooing those two with their quality rosters.

With most of the free agency class being regarded as role players, teams need to be wise on who to pick up and for how much.

Even though there are not too many big names to pick up, there are still plenty of role players that could be picked up.

These role players are essential to any team, as they could either help bolster a bench, help surround a franchise player or even attract some big name players down the road.

The 2011 offseason is the prequel to the next cinematic masterpiece that the 2012 offseason is sure to be.

Every team should prepare, and these are the best and worst moves that they could possibly do in an attempt to help themselves either for the season ahead or the next few seasons ahead.

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